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German Kinder Egg Toy Surprise Unwrapping

December 15, 2014

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So, a little bit of context for this video: we shot it in our AirBNB in Germany soon after our meetup as part of our Ooh Euro Nasty Tour. For all of our touring events, we ask people not to bring any gifts. It’s not because we’re ungrateful, but simply because we don’t have the luggage space to bring it back with us. We do take letters and any art that you’ve drawn for us, though, and bring it back to the studio, scan it, and keep it forever, just in case there’s a flood or fire or something.

However, we forgot to mention this for our event in Germany, and so we received a lot of lovely gifts from people. Most of it was food, which we hoovered. A buttload of it, though, was Kinder Eggs, and so we were inspired to shoot a video in which we play with all of the Kinder Egg toys. It’s like a kid’s dreamland! I know some people from the US didn’t grow up with Kinder Eggs, but I sure remember being young and getting a Kinder Egg, ripping it open, and playing with the toys that came inside. So, being able to do this with a bunch of Kinder Toys at once was more than delightful for us.

Interestingly, we looked up Kinder Eggs on YouTube afterwards, and HOLY HELL! Some of the videos for Kinder Egg Surprises have tens of millions of views, more than Kpop videos. DAAAMN. Can you imagine that? Imagine budgeting a hundred thousand dollars to shoot a well choreographed dance for a Kpop song, and that getting less views than some dude that just bought $10 bucks of Kinder Eggs and opens them on camera with little to no editing. I’m not knocking Kpop: I’m just amazed at how some videos are more popular than others.

Ok, well, that’s it. Just thought we’d share this small video of ours. Yay toys!

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  1. I’m from the US, so we don’t these :( So when I recently went on a trip to Canada, I bought some Kinder eggs and may or may not have smuggled some back into the US ;) I was surprised at first because I totally thought that the eggs would have more chocolate. The toys are really cute, though. The alligator/pen & smurf toys look totally awesome!

    3 years ago
  2. Those look like so much fun!

    3 years ago
  3. I used to be obsessed with these when I was little. Except the current Kinder Egg Surprise toys in Ireland have changed – pink Kinder eggs have Disney princesses in them while blue Kinder eggs have Marvel superheroes. :)

    3 years ago
  4. OMG I LOVE KINDER EGGS!!!! I remember when I used to live there I would get all the cute Hello Kitty themed eggs <3

    3 years ago
  5. I think Germany is messing with Australia… Those Kinder Surprises looked really easy to open… I mean, back when I was a young’un they sucked banana butts to open, even ma couldn’t and she is one muscly lady. Then my brother and I would have to wait until we got home (a 3 hour drive from the shops!) so that dad could rip them open for us. Poor dad, they’d be all slimy and stinky from spit. Plus poor baby teeth, those munchkins sure got a workout on shopping days. Any wonder Aussie kids have teeth at all

    3 years ago
  6. Lol I remember those. They don’t have them in the US because the toys are “choking hazards”. I grew up in England for 4 years and man do these things bring back memories.

    3 years ago
  7. The only thing I can equate to having a Kinder Egg as a child is when they still use to put toy prizes in the Cracker Jack Boxes. Eventually it just became lame stickers or fake tattoos. I’m not even sure Cracker Jacks have those anymore either.

    BTW, what is the song in the video? It’s stuck in my head now.

    3 years ago
    • Same here! I have been trying to find that song too!

      Also, I feel like the the same thing has happened with cereal boxes too. They seem to be phasing out the toys and replacing them with CD’s or such. Has anyone ever played one of those CD games/music/whatever? Because I know I haven’t.

      3 years ago
  8. Kinder Eggs in SG seems different. It will be half chocolate, then d other half is toyspace.

    3 years ago
  9. Awesome video. I remember eating the US version of Kinder Eggs, called Nestle Magic Balls, which came with Disney toys inside.

    3 years ago
  10. Wooahhhhhh *is easily amused like Martina* so freakin’ awesome!! Would totally like to get my hands on some of these eggies. I believe they were banned in the US, if I’m remembering correctly.

    3 years ago
  11. If I could have some help from S&M and the Nasty~ community, it would be greatly appreciated. I’m trying to put together a list of my favorite k-pop songs from this year but my lists of the songs from January through March were lost on my old computer (along with all my anime music, but that’s a longer and sadder story no one really wants to hear).
    So my question is, what were your favorite songs from the beginning of the year, preferably the January through March range, but I’ll take anything because it’s fun to share :3 And don’t skimp out because some of my favorites from the summer and fall have been hidden gems that aren’t too popular, but I stumbled upon randomly! Please help~
    I was waiting for a KMM post but you’re really busy with the European footage so I’m just posting this here and hoping that you see it!

    3 years ago
  12. I think I’ve seen these in Mexico? I went a lot when I was younger but I haven’t been recently.

    3 years ago
  13. The editing and music on this video were super awesome!! I loved how there was a whole conversation happening with only your hands. Which now that I think about it, my comment sounds really stupid considering we have Sign Language, but I think you know what I mean. At least I hope…

    By the way, does anyone know the name of the song in the video?

    I have heard of Kinder Egg, though I have never had one myself. But those toys look pretty legit.

    3 years ago
  14. Open the Happy. Literally.

    3 years ago
  15. Kinder Eggs are awesome. We use to get them for Easter every year. Now it is hard to find them where I live. My cousin and I opened a dozen of them at once when we were in Italy back in 2012. It was awesome. On another note, I tried those chocorooms that yall talked about in another video. They were really good ^^

    3 years ago
  16. I remember when I was little I used to get these all the time. They were as much fun to eat as they were to open. But now I can’t find them in the U.S. because they are illegal. Kids would stick the toys in their tiny mouths and choke on them. I used to chew on the yellow capsule half, but that was only because I would play with the egg in the wrapper and the chocolate would melt and stick onto the shell >.< Anyways, it's so awesome that you did a video on this. Thanks for remaining me of my childhood and all the Kinder moments I had ^_^

    3 years ago
  17. I collected them all and we where exchanging them always. I liked the dinosaurs the most. *.*

    3 years ago
  18. OMG!!! This is still my favourite gift to get or give :) And I still have some toys that I got when I was younger. These are small ones there are also a BIG Kinder surprise and in it there is BIG toy.

    3 years ago
  19. Bel

    They were pretty popular in Argentina when I was a child. We call them “Kinder sorpresa”.
    Some of the toys are really pretty. xD

    3 years ago
  20. Those toys are pretty impressive looking for such cheap candy. Hershey and Mars probably just don’t want the competion so thats why they are banned here.

    3 years ago
    • Not sure what happened to the rest of my comment but I know that they are banned for being a choking hazard.

      3 years ago
  21. OH MY GOOOODD!! those things were my LIFE when I was a kid! We didn’t call them Kinder eggs tho, they were known as KINDER SURPRISES because they contained AWESOME toys that we would collect and play with for ages! I still buy some every now and again just so i could re-live the good times :’) . I live in Adelaide, Australia btw, and they are extremely popular still where I live.

    3 years ago
  22. I think most of the views on kinder egg videos come from kids. I have a seven and three year old who LOVE those videos, especially b/c we live in the US and can’t get them. It’s like they still get to experience the wonder of opening up a box and having no idea what’s inside, which is half the magic of surprise eggs, even if they can’t play with the toys themselves.

    3 years ago
  23. I love those eggs but didn’t have them in years. Years ago I saw a docu about people collecting those toys inside and one of the toys I used to have was worth over 2500 euro’s now according to the collector or something. I was like “NO!!! Why did I throw it away a few months ago?!” To bad that docu is in Dutch.

    3 years ago
  24. In Singapore we have something similar, it’s Kinder Joy… Not sure if it’s a similar version, but it comes like an egg, one side is the chocolate, the other is a toy. I used to eat that as a snack! :) Bring childhood memories.

    3 years ago
    • We have them in Germany as well but they came a lot later than the Kinder eggs :) maybe 10 years ago while the Kinder eggs have been around for ages :D

      3 years ago
  25. These were my favorites as a child. Though mom’d buy them for us (my brother and me) only a few times a year, since we were like… pretty damn poor. But that made the experience of getting one in the end even more exciting!

    3 years ago
  26. We have these in Melbourne, but I’ve never had one. And wow go person with thee $10 of chocolate getting more views HAHAH

    3 years ago
  27. I honestly didn’t know these existed til last year.

    3 years ago
  28. These eggs were my childhood. I used to buy one everyday, so with time, I collected around a hundred toys. It’s so addictive yet delicious yet everything a child and an adult dreams of haha

    3 years ago
  29. Those will be the new props for 2015 videos, the giant chess pieces will dissappear haha

    3 years ago
    • I just see them doing a giant cribbage board and having members of the band hide behind the pegs and run around on the tracks (It’d let them do card themed). Alternatively Backgammon (dice, cups, and that beautiful board) or just changing from white knights/bishops to black kings/queens.

      3 years ago